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These Knives Are Made From Re-Purposed Files

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On the east coast of England you’ll find North Norfolk, which is home to the rural workshop of ridiculously talented knife maker James Freakley and his brand, Creek Cutler. There isn’t a knife in the bunch we wouldn’t love to own, but these are our favorite because these knives are made from re-purposed files. Using scrap metalworking files and farrier’s rasps made of carbon steel, Creek Cutler creates a unique, personal and custom knife with a blade shape ranging from paring to Santoku. The scrap material is forged, heat treated again, ground and turned into a fine piece of cutlery that still retains the original character of the tool it was in a previous life, as evidenced by the scaling on the handle. Each knife is handmade to order with an expected delivery time of about two and a half months. After seeing these knives it’s safe to say that they’re worth the wait.

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The coat rack is a necessary part of any entryway, but the functionality can get bogged down in all the coats, hats, scarves and bags that inevitably get stacked on each of the rungs or hooks. You won’t have that problem with The Switchboard coat rack. The 30″ long triangular rack includes 25 triangular wood hooks that rest against the wall until you fold them down to hold each of your daily items you don’t need for the moment. Made from beech wood, Switchboard is as stylish as it is functional.

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